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ROUNDUP: RFA dominates CVA in field hockey; soccer, TVL

Posted 9/28/22

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ROUNDUP: RFA dominates CVA in field hockey; soccer, TVL

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The Rome Free Academy field hockey team put 31 shots on goal in a 6-0 win at Central Valley Academy Monday in the Tri-Valley League.

The Black Knights scored four times in the first quarter to take control as the defense held the Thunder to two shots on goal for the game.

Drew Kopek scored twice and had an assist for the Black Knights. Isibeal McMahon scored and assisted on three more goals. Alex Thompson, Hannah Lowder and Gracie Paccica all scored a goal as well. Fiona McMahon had an assist.

Jillian Buczkowski made two saves in goal for RFA.

Morgan Russo had 25 saves for CVA.

RFA is now 7-3 and hosts New Hartford at 6:30 p.m. today in the TVL.

CVA falls to 2-6 and hosts Whitesboro at 4:30 p.m. today in the league.

Greico scores four in Spartans’ victory

Ella Greico scored four goals and added an assist in a 9-1 win for New Hartford field hockey at home against Whitesboro in the TVL.

Sienna Holmes scored twice for the Spartans. Grace McNamara had a goal and an assist. Elise Courto and Bella Kolb also scored. Sarah Cleary had a pair of assists.

Emilee Clarey stopped six shots in goal for New Hartford.

For the Warriors, Antonia DiCesare scored on an assist from Gianna Ross.

New Hartford plays at RFA at 6:30 p.m. today in the TVL.

Whitesboro plays at CVA at 4:30 p.m. today in the league.

Holland Patent field hockey shuts out VVS

The Holland Patent field hockey team got a 6-0 home win in the TVL Monday against Vernon-Verona-Sherrill.

Madison Oliver scored twice for HP. Maggie Cummings scored and had an assist. Michaela Cushman, Abby Draper and Izzy Stalker scored a goal each. Zoe Kelly had a pair of assists and Cassidy Reader also collected an assist.

VVS goalkeeper Devyn Balfe stopped nine shots.

HP, now 6-3, hosts Liverpool at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.

VVS hosts Camden in a TVL match at 4 p.m. Friday.

Camden and Oneida battle to scoreless tie

Camden hosted Oneida Monday in a TVL field hockey match that ended in a scoreless tie.

Oneida’s Bethany Honness stopped all five shots she faced.

Statistics for Camden were not submitted.

Oneida played non-league opponent Clinton on the road Tuesday. Clinton won 4-0.

Camden plays a TVL match at 4 p.m. Friday against host Vernon-Verona-Sherrill.

Marsh helps Bulldogs past Mounties

Nya Marsh scored a pair of goals in a 4-1 win for Westmoreland girls soccer Monday at Little Falls in the Center State Conference.

Ava Geglia scored and had an assist for the Bulldogs. Samantha Ferguson also scored. Jacqueline Downs added an assist.

In net, Emily Gubbins stopped four shots to earn the win.

Little Falls’ Abby Vadney made five saves in goal.

Westmoreland played a non-league game at Poland Tuesday. Results were not available at press time.

Little Falls played at Mount Markham in a non-league game Tuesday. Results were not available at press time.

Bulldogs fall one goal short

The Westmoreland-Oriskany boys soccer team lost 2-1 Monday at Hamilton in a non-league match.

The teams were scoreless at the half.

Landson Latella scored and assisted on a goal by Nico Hay for Hamilton.

Jack Tamburino scored an unassisted goal for the Bulldogs.

David Cronauer made three saves for Westmoreland-Oriskany.

Cooper Roy had four saves in the win.

Westmoreland-Oriskany fell to 7-2 and will host Little Falls at 4:30 p.m. today in the CSC.

King holds Sauquoit scoreless in Clinton win

Matthew King stopped all five shots he faced in goal for Clinton in a 3-0 boys soccer win Monday in non-league play.

Henry Schweitzer, Alec Emery and Benjamin Dunikov all scored for the Warriors. Andre Jackson and Joseph Frank collected an assist each.

Alex Prichard had 15 saves for Sauquoit.

Clinton hosts Canastota at 4:30 p.m. today in the Center State.

Sauquoit hosts Frankfort-Schuyler in the league at 4:30 p.m. today.

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